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Thread: What are the chances of a Ins. physical detecting steroids?

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    Default What are the chances of a Ins. physical detecting steroids?

    Recently had a life Ins. Physical and was turned down, I have to contact my doctor to find out why. I have been off cycle for about a month and a half. I know the detection time is around 3 months but did not figure they would check for gear. Has anyone ever heard of this before.

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    They would not have tested for gear but your hormone levels could have been a factor.
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    Thanks Florida, your right, I went to the doctor on friday and the test results show trace amounts of protein in the urine. I have had similar results in past years so I am not worried, but thanks again for the input.

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    Wow, they turned you down for trace amounts of protein in the urine?
    But hey will insure a smoker, go figure.

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    Too much protein in your urine can be a sign of poor kidney function. It is common though for body builders to have high protein due to diet. It is however bad to maintain those levels as kidney damage can occur. I average 1-1.5g per pound of body weight.

    I'm surprised they turned you down because of that though, unless you have had previous medical issues.
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    No previous medical history, always been pretty healthy, even my doctor said it was strange that they turned me down, but we are going to run a 24hour analysis and the doctor said that should be enough to prove to my insurance company that everything is ok. The doctor also told me that some people do spill protein into there urine and that is normal for them. But it does not matter the diet or anything the person is doing, it just happens.
    Last edited by 1bad468; 04-17-2011 at 08:25 PM. Reason: just adding

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